Infinity Ring

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Infinity Ring
A Mutiny in Time
Divide and Conquer
The Trap Door
Curse of the Ancients
Cave of Wonders
Behind Enemy Lines
The Iron Empire
Eternity (August 26th)
Author James Dashner
Carrie Ryan
Lisa McMann
Matta de la Peña
Matthew J. Kirby
Jennifer A. Nielsen
Country United States
Language English
Genre Fiction, Adventure
Young adult
Publisher Scholastic
Published 2011-Present
Media type Print (hardcover)
No. of books 8

The Infinity Ring is a series written by multiple authors in a similar fashion to The 39 Clues and Spirit Animals.


When two friends, Dak Smyth and Sera Froste, find a mysterious ring, they are transported into a multi-century long war to restore history and the future of humanity.


The first book, A Mutiny in Time, received a favorable review from Rick Riordan in the New York Times, who praised its "tight plotting, snappy dialogue and...judicious balance of humor and suspense."[1]


Main Series[edit]

The Infinity Ring series consists of eight books, in the order displayed below.

  • A Mutiny in Time by James Dashner
  • Divide and Conquer by Carrie Ryan
  • The Trap Door by Lisa McMann
  • Curse of the Ancients by Matt de la Peña
  • Cave of Wonders by Matthew J. Kirby
  • Behind Enemy Lines by Jennifer A. Nielsen
  • The Iron Empire by James Dashner
  • Eternity by Matt de la Peña

Supplementary Works[edit]

Similar to what the 39 Clues series did with Rapid Fire, the Infinity Ring series released seven short ebooks, called Infinity Ring: Secrets. The titles of the stories are:

  • Shipwrecked
  • Ashes to Ashes
  • On Thin Ice
  • Blood and Ink
  • Entombed
  • Up In Flames
  • Unchained

Crossover with The 39 Clues and Spirit Animals[edit]

See Also: The 39 Clues and Spirit Animals
On May 2, 2014 a fanfiction ebook was published called Worlds Collide: Tales from an Awesome-Sauce Party which contained the characters from Infinity Ring, The 39 Clues, and Spirit Animals having a party at the Cahill manor.



  1. ^ Riordan, Rick (23 August 2012). "Save the Date". New York Times. Retrieved 26 February 2014. 

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